ANFIS-PID Control of Active Suspension for the Full-Scale Straddle Monorail Model

Authors

  • Liang XIN Chongqing Jiaotong University

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.5755/j01.mech.26.4.24286

Keywords:

straddle monorail vehicle, active suspension, full-scale model, ANFIS-PID

Abstract

In order to improve the ride comfort straddle-type monorail, based on the full-scale straddle-type monorail model with 38-DOF, combined with the modular control thought and adaptive neural fuzzy inference system(ANFIS) control theory, the ANFIS-PID controller is designed, in which the vertical vibration velocity and acceleration, pitching angular velocity and angular acceleration, rolling angular velocity and angular acceleration are taken as inputs and the actuator force of active suspension as outputs. The results show that compared with existing passive suspension, the root mean squared values(RMS) of vertical acceleration, pitching angular acceleration and rolling angular acceleration of active suspension is significantly reduced, respectively. And the vibration amplitude below 10Hz frequency range is suppressed, which is the human sensitivity frequency. Active suspension controlled by ANFIS-PID can be used as a way to improve the ride comfort of straddle monorail vehicles.

 

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Published

2020-09-17

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Section

DYNAMICS OF MECHANICAL SYSTEMS